I thought that in order for a website to be worth a high sale price, it had to be popular with lots of traffic...like Daily Paul. RonPaul.com is a real dud. I don't know anyone who goes there. They could make it useful, but they haven't imo. Methinks they purchased it in anticipation of leveraging beaucoup bucks out of Ron Paul. They're great capitalists (if they ever get a high price for their crappy website), but they should stop pretending that they're doing RP or us a favor. Though I respect your opinion that RP should offer a price he's willing to pay...I can't imagine that he hasn't already. The price they're asking is probably so far north of what any sensible person would be willing to spend, I could understand if RP has decided to just ignore them.